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Job Opportunity 2015 Associate/Full Professorship for G30 Program
Associate/Full Professor Position for the Global 30 Internatilnal Graduate Program in Mathematical Science (application deadline: October 15, 2015)
The Global 30 International Program in Mathematical Science Program, Nagoya University seeks to fill a full-time, temporary position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. The successful candidate will teach maximum 8 courses (komas*) per year. As a full-time faculty, he/she will be expected to hold office hours, provide academic advising for students and perform the normal duties associated with teaching.
(*In Japan one course or koma is equivalent to one 90 minute lecture per week for 15 weeks)
Possible courses that the successful candidate will be expected to teach
Nagoya University seeks individuals with demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level, with an interest to teach introductory courses to international students from all over the world in Japan. The initial contract will be starting on April 1, 2016, and terminating on March 31, 2019. Contingent upon job performance, the contract may be renewable for an additional three-year term.
Salary: JPY4,000,000–10,000,000/year (all inclusive, such as taxes, health insurance, daily commuting expenses, etc.); commensurate with qualifications and experience, based upon institutional policy
To apply, please send your complete application package to:
International Planning Division
Contact: G30 (at) math.nagoya-u.ac.jp (in English or Japanese language)
Please enclose the above documents in an envelope and write “Faculty Application for International Programs in Mathematics position; No. TP21” in red ink on the envelope.
Application deadline: October 15, 2015
(Note: Only those selected will be notified for further instructions.)
About Nagoya University
Nagoya University is a comprehensive national research-intensive university located in between Tokyo and Kyoto where many of the top manufacturing companies have their operations. With approx. 16,000 students (1,600 international), our faculty have won internationally acclaimed awards including the Fields Medal, King Faisal International Prize and the Nobel Prize, with four of our six Nobel Laureates alumni of the university. Currently, Nagoya University is ranked 103 (QS World University Ranking), 101–150 (Academic Ranking of World Universities) and 226–250 (The World University Rankings) in the world. Starting October, 2011, Nagoya University has offered select programs taught in English. The city of Nagoya is the fourth largest city in Japan with the access of a large metropolis combined with a small town atmosphere, making it an affordable and comfortable place to live.